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originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: jellyrev
According to the article, high school was just the start.
Miller graduated from Santa Monica High in 2003 and enrolled in Duke University to study political science. He continued pushing his ideals in the student newspaper and conservative media. He also was seen as associated to radicals like Richard Spencer, creator of the term Alt-Right (although Miller has distanced himself from Spencer), anti-immigration activist David Horowitz and white nationalist Jared Taylor.
Miller "is not alt-right or a white nationalist or an identitarian," Spencer said. But he added, "Could Miller and Trump do good things for white Americans? The answer is yes."
Yeah. A particular sort of American Culture.
He loves american values and those who love american culture.
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originally posted by: Liquesence
a reply to: kosmicjack
was he reading from cue cards or something? Who was holding them
If you're talking about when he was on This Week on ABC Sunday, I noticed that too, and I was equally curious since it seemed as if he were reading from...something. It's almost as if he knew what to expect insofar as some of the questions concerned, but still danced around them with his BS non-answers.
what are the implications if it's all totally staged, a farce?
but how did he have canned answers to questions not asked yet